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Old 02-11-2006, 11:47 PM
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Try 1stcoasttrailers.com 1-800-293-4586 They are Loadmaster trailers but they are cheaper than loadmaster sells them. I don't know how but they are. I bought one a year ago and my buddy just bought one. THE CHEAPEST PEOPLE!
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Old 02-12-2006, 02:26 AM
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i orderd a allison hi tech saturday , should have it in 2 weeks. could have spent double for the myco and this one is loaded for half the price with all options ,bells , whistles....





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Old 02-12-2006, 08:51 AM
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i orderd a allison hi tech saturday , should have it in 2 weeks. could have spent double for the myco and this one is loaded for half the price with all options ,bells , whistles....





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Good luck with that. I'm not sure if you are aware of it or not, but Aliison Hi-Tech buys trailers from Hi-Tech and puts their stickers on them. Same trailer, don't know about price. Some people on here have bought a trailer from Allison and not had a problem, but quite a few have gotten excuse after excuse about why their trailer is late or doesn't fit....that's if they could get ahold of B.B.
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Old 02-14-2006, 02:51 PM
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Post what Length
Weight
Brakes
Wheels
Spare
Options that you want and let the bidding begin.

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Old 02-14-2006, 03:43 PM
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Craig....can you drop me a PM and let me know what you got and what you paid for it (if you don't mind me asking). Thanks!
It's a 15,000 lb triple axle
electric over hyd. disc brakes
radial tires-aluminum wheels
extra middle and front center bunks
full-frame trailer with a removable drive guard
led lights
diamond plate fenders and step plates
spare tire and wheel


$8 G's out the door. I think that the base price was like $5600 before the "extras".
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i orderd a allison hi tech saturday , should have it in 2 weeks. could have spent double for the myco and this one is loaded for half the price with all options ,bells , whistles....





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I wish you the best of luck ! They dicked a good friend around
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Old 02-14-2006, 04:01 PM
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i bought a new loadmaster in 2003 for my 38 donzi that is just under 11k pounds dry and have really liked the way it tows. i travel 7 hours roughly one way on weekends and happy with it. i had one axle problem and they were excellent to work with and paid for the bill in full. it was under 7k out the door.
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I just had a TechSun built for my Thoroughbred. Excellent quality. They welded the bunk supports, instead of bolting them. Looks very trick and it less flexible than bolting. I'm very happy with mine...
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Old 02-26-2006, 02:10 PM
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Guys-

I am back on this..was hoping for a bit more information. Can anyone add information or perhpas some pics? Thanks...
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